tom and eva

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Slytherins of the Marauders era. [Fancast part 1]


Louis Garrel as Severus Snape

Skandar Keynes as Regulus Black

Gaspard Ulliel as Rodolphus Lestrange

Tom Hughes as Rabastan Lestrange

Boyd Holbrook as Lucius Malfoy

Gabriella Wilde as Roxanne Malfoy (perhaps she didn’t exist but whatever)

Sarah Gadon as Narcissa Black

Anne Hathaway as Andrómeda Black

Eva Green as Bellatrix Black

Natalie Dormer as Rita Skeeter

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While her brothers receive the new, glossy books of Gilderoy Lockhart, Ginny herself is thrown old, discarded books that symbolically embed a very dangerous diary. It is in this diary that Ginny pours her rage, her disembodied voice, that disrupts the school and conjures the immortal boy Tom Riddle, the boy who is really the dark lord himself.

Ginny’s writing communicates things the aboveground world silences. When we discover that Ginny’s writing has transgressed the boundaries of the diary, appearing in blood on the very walls of the school, we realize that the target of a victim’s rage grows. The diary is, like the chamber, a very old vehicle for unleashing repressed feelings, also for Tom Riddle, the abandoned boy haunting Hogwarts. 

Together, the parseltongue of Ginny and Tom runs riot in the school.

             -    Holly Blackford, The Myth of Persephone in Girls’ Fantasy Literature

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A/N: Hi guys! Here’s the third part of the imagine, hope you enjoy it!
I’m still undecided about who should I choose as Theo Morgan (male version of Tess Morgan) I don’t know if I should choose Tom Hiddleston or Josh Hartnett, what do you think? 

If you have any request for this Imagine, Let me know! :D 

Preview/Pt.1

Pt.2

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-How much do you know about speedsters? – asks Harry

- With my partner, we create a particle accelerator two years ago,  didn’t explode but it had a leak of dark matter which when we were able to repair it had already been too late, then ‘The metas’ were created , obviously we have The Flash to protect the city and we are training him good enough to stop the evil metas back on Earth 21
– the portal began to vibrate – oh, here he comes - a man appeared – he’s Theo Morgan, my partner and husband

requests are open! (x)

Based on this post

English isn’t my first language, sorry for the horrible grammar!

let me know if you like it! :D

Mergana AU:
Prince Merlin of Avalon escapes from His Kingdom to ask help to His uncle Gaius and the new crowned Queen Morgana Pendragon in Camelot for protect the Holy Grail. Merlin arrives in Camelot in disguise as Gaius new assistant, Morgana is strangely attracted by him and she tries to become close to Gaius’s ward and questioned him about His past, discovered about the Grail she helps him to protect it with the aid of Morgana sister Elaine.

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People I’d Like to See Play Siblings Part 1/?

Aaron Tveit and Tom Holland
Chaz Wolcott and Andrew Rannells
Katie Leclerc and Allie Trimm
Nico DeJesus and Eva Noblezada
Annaleigh Ashford and Ashley Tisdale

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Can we please teach our children this? Love isn’t someone telling you you’re pretty, it’s nice to hear but not being pretty doesn’t mean you aren’t entitled to love just as much. You don’t need to be deemed beautiful to be deemed lovable. There are many far more important things.

Extract taken from Eva Ibbotson’s The Secret Countess/The Countess Below Stairs.

Yes, hello, I am an animator at Fresh TV! Here's the cast:

1: Gwen
2: Courtney
3: Tom
4: Jasmine
5: Eva (She has two eyebrows now, not a fan of that design change)
6: Sadie (Not Katie!! Her plot is about her coping with not having her friend)
7: Sammy
8: A new character named “WiFi” who likes exercise
9: Chef the cat
10: Ezekiel’s rotting corpse
11: Monokuma
12: The Cat in the Hat
13: Chris McLean in a fur suit
14: Duncan
15: The entire cast of Grojband
16: Miss Frizzle from the Magic School Bus
17: Dave’s skeleton
18: My mom
19: ICUP
20: Geoff

anonymous asked:

Considering there's now a Power Rangers movie, do you think it is possible that someone will go out there and make a live-action (or fully animated idk) series/movie out of Animorphs? Would you think it wise? We have the know-how to animate morphing and aliens, and there are probably many people out there who started reading Animorphs 20 years ago who are now working in the animation or film industry so the adaptation probably wouldn't stray too far from the original.

You know, I’m not sure Animorphs ever will get its own show or movie again.  I love the current format of turning books or series into entire freaking TV shows (American Gods, Handmaid’s Tale, etc.) and it might be cool to get a second crack at an Animorphs show, but… But I’m conflicted. 

Reasons I’d love to see an Animorphs movie or show:

  • There would be a whole younger generation that we could bring into the fandom!  They could share in our hilarity and pain, which would be awesome.
  • It’s pretty much inevitable that the books would get re-released, which means we’d be able to stop relying on crappy PDFs any time we wanted to reread the series. 
  • Visual media = greater internet fandom. 
    • Seriously, though, TV shows > video games > movies > comics > novels when it comes to online fandoms, and I think a big part of that is the fact that Tumblr, Livejournal, and Reddit are so image-heavy. 
    • And I really WANT this series to be so mainstream there are fandom wars and remixes and hipster-effects.  It’s so frustrating right now when people ask what I’m writing and I usually end up telling the truth but telling it slant (ex: “There aren’t enough stories about stereotypically masculine young men working as administrative assistants, so I decided to…” or “Have you ever thought about how demonic possession would affect neurological processes?  Because I have.”)  And it would be so nice to be able to say “I’m writing about Animorphs,” and have other people go “Oh, that super-disturbing series with the oatmeal jokes?” 
  • There are some REALLY FREAKING COOL images in the series that it would be really freaking cool to see on a screen.  For instance: the huge hellish cavern where the yeerk pool is located, the iskoort and their backward knees, Cassie becoming a whale-osprey-human-andalite hybrid for a hot second in midair, Ax jumping backward over a swimming pool by accident, that freaking veleek, etcetera. 

Reasons the idea of an Animorphs movie or show fills me with trepidation:

  • Have you SEEN AniTV?  I didn’t think it was possible for writing that good to get turned into scripting that bad, and yet.
  • Whitewashing.  DragonBall-Z, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ghost in the Shell, Death Note, and Cloud Atlas all took minority characters from the original works and cast white actors.  AniTV itself whitewashed Eva and Ax.  I’d rather have no screen adaptation at all than one with an all-white cast or one that tokenizes any or all of the characters.
  • It’d be super-easy for the grey-and-black morality of the books to get lost in translation, which could lead to deeply unfortunate consequences if the kids are shown killing controllers left and right with abandon.  (See: Seasons 5 - 10 of Supernatural and the number of completely innocent humans the “heroes” straight-up MURDER because they happen to be in the way.)
  • Hollywood is allergic to tragedy.
    • The movie adaptations of Blood and Chocolate, I Robot, Catching Fire, Ender’s Game, Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, A Series of Unfortunate Events, I Am Legend, The Golden Compass, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Ella Enchanted, and Charlotte’s Web all took ambiguous or unhappy endings and made them fit the Hollywood mold, not only by having everything wrapped up with a nice bow (and no dead characters) at the end, but also by back-fitting genuinely original stories into tired and unoriginal tropes.
    • Animorphs would not be Animorphs if almost every book didn’t end with the characters not sure what they learned this week, outside of “war sucks, and then you die.” It definitely wouldn’t be Animorphs if the last two books weren’t all about how sometimes you have to make terrible sacrifices to stop evil.  I have a sneaking suspicion Hollywood would try to sweep all of that under the rug, especially if the screen adaptation was geared for the same audience as the books.
  • I’d be worried about the portrayal of the hosts.
    • As it is, AniTV already has some super fridge-horrifying moments that come from the writers’ failure to distinguish between yeerks and yeerk hosts.  Tom and Melissa make out and possibly sleep together while he’s definitely a controller and she might be as well, and the way that the series plays it for laughs suggests that no one did the math that 33 - 50% of the individuals in that relationship are physically incapable of giving consent.  The series also plays Chapman getting spattered with oatmeal and Iniss 226 going insane for laughs, even though the implications for poor ol’ Henrick are pretty horrifying. The books take the time to have the characters debate whether harming the hosts is worth it to harm the yeerks; the show genuinely doesn’t have the time to do that in its 25-minute run and so leaves those problematic questions out. 
    • Similarly, it is super-easy to slide into victim-blaming where the controllers are concerned.  The books can give us moments like Naomi saying “You were Visser One,” and Eva coming back with “I beg your fucking pardon?” (I paraphrase).  They can have the heartbreaking scenes with Jake imagining what Tom thinks or feels while some alien acts uses him to try to kill their dad.  Visual media can’t necessarily convey that information, and would necessarily have to cast actors as Visser One, Visser Three, etc. who almost never stop to play the parts of Eva or Alloran.  As Supernatural demonstrates (sorry to keep picking on this show), it’s really easy to forget there’s an innocent human who doesn’t get a choice about being used as a weapon or being caught in the crossfire.  It could be so freaking easy to make Tom or Eva or Chapman or Alloran themselves into villains by just forgetting that the host exists at all. 

Anyway, that’s all a very long-winded way of me saying that I DON’T KNOW IF I WANT A LIVE-ACTION ADAPTATION OR NOT.  Also that I care too much about the meatsuits, but anyone who follows this blog probably knew that by now.